Induction heating has major impact on manufacturing of electric motors and pumps.
Induction heating is used for shrink fitting components of electrical motor assemblies, since induction heat can uniformly and gently heat the outer housing of the motor without overheating any one area, shrink-fit connections are simple to assemble and disassemble.
The process can be adapted for:
• Joining electric motor housings
• Joining motor shafts and rotors
• Short circuit ring brazing
• Other brazing applications
Induction heating is used to harden the shafts of electric motors and also used for curing varnish and epoxy applied for insulation. Induction heating is used for removing coating from connector ends.